[cfe-dev] Getting clang header search path
cppljevans at suddenlink.net
Sat Aug 16 10:44:23 PDT 2014
On 08/16/2014 06:03 AM, Edward Diener wrote:
> On 8/15/2014 11:26 PM, Nikola Smiljanic wrote:
>> Yeah this is one of those "known problems". MinGW never had a proper
>> toolchain implemented, I think Ruben was working on this. Include paths
>> come from hardcoded versions listed in InitHeaderSearch.cpp.
> It looks like the C++ standard library location is different between the
> MingW and MingW64 implementations.
> In MingW the locations are:
> C:\mingw\lib\gcc\mingw32\*gcc_version as n.n.n*\include\c++
> C:\mingw\mingw32\lib\gcc\mingw32\*gcc_version as n.n.n*\include\c++
> In MingW64 the locations is:
> C:\mingw\*gcc_version as triplex as in i686-w64-mingw32*\include\c++
> There is probably some way of telling the clang CMake based build how to
> find the C++ standard library in the clang/llvm CMake options but I do
> not know what it is.
Couldn't the CMake *scripts* be modified to just run g++ -v? Then
parse output looking for the C++ standard library headers? Although the
output with g++ -v shows all headers, you could run 1st with -nostdinc++
and then without that flag and compare the two outputs, as shown here:
Now, the example in that post just showed:
but that may be because the -stdlib=libc++ was also passed. OTOH,
if the flag is left off, the the difference is:
diff not.out yes.out
> The closes things I see are
> COMPILER_RT_TEST_TARGET_TRIPLE, described as "Default triple for
> cross-compiled executables" and LLVM_DEFAULT_TARGET_TRIPLE described as
> "Default target for which LLVM will generate code". But neither of these
> triple sequences show up when I view the clang header search.
> It appears that clang only looks for the headers following the MingW
> *gcc_version as n.n.n* sequence when looking in the gcc location for its
> C++ standard library.
> I will switch from MingW64 to MingW for gcc on Windows when using clang,
> but it sure would be nice if clang understood the MingW64 location also.
> Also the latest clang needs to be updated for gcc versions above 4.8.2
> such as 4.8.3, 4.9.0, and 4.9.1.
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